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    November 1, 2013
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>> catherine: kron 4 has team coverage. we're monitoring the traffic -- hearing from people who were there. but first. kron4's haaziq madyun talked with the driver whose car caught on fire. >> reporter:take a look at the charred remains of this 1988 acura that caught on fire friday morning here inside eastbound lane #1 in the caldecott tunnel >>"it was scary yeah" >> reporter:george orban was behind the wheel when his car went up in flameshe told me that it all happened so fastbefore he knew ithis car was surrounded by smoke >> reporter:so the car is on firewhat do you do? >> "well i jumped out, but i didn't move away, actually i didn't know what to do until this fellow came and helped me" >> reporter:from out of nowhere he says help came from another drivera roofer driving a pick-up truck on his way to work >> reporter:tell me more about this good samaratin where did he come from what did he do?
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>>" well first of all i don't have a phonesmoke was getting so much" >> reporter:as he looks upon what is left of his burned vehicle he talks about how thankful he is that he wasn't injured >>"yeah, i am especially thankful for this guy, he was great" >> reporter:if anybody out there knows how to get in touch with the guy the good samaratin who helped george orbantell him kron4 would love to talk himhe can contact us by sending a message to kron4listens@kron4.com mailto:kron4listens@kron4.co m. >> reporter:haaziq madyun kron4news >> catherine: here's a map heading into the caldecott tunnel. this is the oakland side. the fire happened in the right=most bore. again
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headed eastbound. the car caught fire about 3- quarters of the way through. >> reporter:kron4's mike pelton talked to a man who was in the tunnel when it happened. and recorded it all. >> reporter:i was telling people we need to start moving.i was concerned >> reporter:captured all on his cell phone, kevin watkins recounts the nerve- racking moments, escaping a dimly-lit, smoke-filled caldecott tunnel - caused by a car fire (cheers & applause) >>you could smell something burning tie i then grabbed myself and started following the crowd out >> reporter:kevin tells me he was about 15 cars behind the one that caught fire.ditching his newly- purchased nissan after smoke.lots of it.filled the tunnel
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>>i was putting my shirt over my face and i didn't have a scarf, other people had a scarf >> reporter:kevin estimates he literally walked toward the light.about a mile.out of the tunnel.and away from the smoke >>differen't walking through it then driving through it he tells me he's uninjured, his car, not damaged.although it no longer has that new-car >> reporter: smell. kevin is just thankful he escaped unharmed.but he is re- thinking his morning routine. >>had i not stopped for coffee this morning i would have been home free >> reporter:at the caldecott tunnel, mike pelton, kron 4 news >> catherine: and another look -- this was traffic earlier on the 24 -- leading to the caldecott tunnel. as for how it's doing now. here's a look at the traffic map for that area. things are definitely better --- and it's since completely re-opened..
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>> catherine: the tunnel fire today.brings back memories of another -- horrific incident in the caldecott. this one was deadly. we'll take a look back at that accident -- tonight on kron4 news at six. >> catherine: now to a developings story out of southern california. a deadly shooting inside the los angeles airport. and three others have been hurt. the suspected gunman is in custody. >> catherine: tonight -- we have new video from inside. but first. stephanie elam is live in l-a tonight.with the latest. stephanie? >> reporter: catherine it began with passengers running for their lives seeking any kind of rough rich. seeking any kind of refuge. >> reporter: the loss angeles airport police
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chief is a man with an assault rifle checked and at out of a back and began to open fire in the terminal, terminal 3. >> reporter: sources say another team as agent was shot in the late m1 shot and killed. multiple fired shot quickly. seven people were injured. >> one guy fell down after being shot >> reporter: the suspect went through the checkpoint point where a police fired and hitting the subject. >> people were getting knocked down there was luggage and mayhem everywhere >> reporter: people were hiding impact on stalls and others being evacuated. police were dropped police
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with guns drawn >> i heard a couple of popping noises. this sound like someone was keeping me on something that there was a stampede of people coming my way. i realize something was very wrong. >> reporter: at this point, here and the airport is we opening patrick the crowd stopped in place since this happened. only a lolling planes from further destinations to land. however, all of those flights are coming in and out of the terminals. they still asking if you are thinking about coming to l.a. or l 8 fax or anything in this area you may want to rework your plans and go a different route. no cars
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coming into lax at this point. >> reporter: we hear over all seven people injured and three people shot. one man that they do believe it is acted that has acted alone is wanted and police. acted alone and injured. >> catherine: new video tonight.
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it shows the chaos inside l- >> catherine: a-x when the shooting started. police begin to get word of what happened.and start running. the person catching all this on camera stayed in place and didn't seem to panic. take a look. >> catherine: tonight. at s-f-o. where there was definitely an impact on air travel there. dan - how does it look >> reporter: well and if this continues to be cancellations as well as delays. about 50 flights a day and and day out. the
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biggest problem is that burgeoned american airlines at terminal 2 was role some videos and vacancy. they are having more trouble at s f all such as united or southwest. uc buried long lines at the check and counter. the first chance until they could be tomorrow. they are waiting for an in they are waiting in line for all about and hour and a half.
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>> i am now going to tell a tomorrow. >> and may get a full refund and go to a different carrier and acts as they put me on a standby list. ask >> reporter: now we can tell you that police has also stepped up enforcement here at s f o due to results of this even if they believe that it is a random act. >> reporter: version american has the longest line and covering flight delays. and never seen the type of service that birds of america and is giving to their customers. from on issues in coffee or three or four people running through the line and answering questions. >> reporter: people fly on
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united airlines are not nearly halving as big as of the delay as birgit american because birgit american is in the terminal 3. >> reporter: so, it just appears that by the look of the draw people who were flying version america are still in that stain and san francisco for an extra day. staying in a >> catherine: and we have a live look at s-f-o. we'll continue monitor the delays there. but right now -- let's check >> catherine: i'm here with in the kron-4 weather center with brian van aken. it's been a little chilly this week -- what can we expect next? >> reporter: concede the temperature is right now was
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that francisco in the low seventies with 72 degrees and low 70's for san jose. things will change, of course as we go into the weekend. today being the warmest day. would that be clear skies. we will begin to see low cloud coverage but not until later tonight , around midnight. with patchy fog. then we will see high clout as we get into the afternoon. that is a weather system passing to the bay area. we will see some strong glance and it is a sunday. there is a possibility for down trees and power lines i will tell you more about it coming up. catherine? >> catherine: two of bart's unions are voting today on a new contract deal - that ended a rancorous strike
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earlier this month. employees represented by s- e-i-e 1021. are voting at the oakland marriott until 10 tonight. the a-t-u 15-55 members are voting today at a different location. both unions expect to have the ballots counted by late tonight. bart's third union will vote in december. >> catherine: coming up at five. >> catherine: dozens of stanford students are sick from a virus. how the school is trying to stop it from spreading. >> catherine: then -- the reports tonight dumped from the ticket in the last election. >> catherine: but first. >> catherine: francisco. how a cement truck ended up in this very unusual position. i love watching tv outside.
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today tastes so good. >> catherine: this morning.drivers saw the unusual sight of a big-rig was hanging over a guard- rail off 101 in san francisco. it happened after a crash involving two other cars. >> catherine: this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7. the crash happened a little before eight am.on northbound 101 - near the third street off-ramp, all lanes have since reopened. >> catherine: a 20 year old gilroy man has been arrested on suspicion of dui after hitting two construction workers in milpitas this morning, killing one and injuring the other. >> catherine: it happened alongside 680 - south of the scott creek road off-ramp. the man was on a motorcycle - and hit a worker who was standing on the right side
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of the highway. he then hit the back of a pick-up truck - and hit the second worker. >> catherine: a hayward woman who was shot on halloween night is in critical condition. it happened just after 11pm -- at the lord tennyson apartments in hayward. the woman - was shot several times. >> catherine: >> it is just sad with kids are geared to treating and something like this happens. it is just dangerous. >> very concerned we have children here and we want them to be safe and come home every day. . >> catherine: it's not clear yet if the woman will survive. >> catherine: millions of americans and as many as one in nine california families receive some form of foodstamps or food assistance benefits. but as of today, most are seeing cuts in those benefits because the foodstamp boost
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included in the 2009 stimulus package has expired. >> catherine: from san jose, kron four's rob fladeboe has the story of how these cuts are affecting one needy family. >> catherine: single mother sofia gallego can't afford a car so she rides her bike to the store. in her pocket is a foodstamp voucher. she is one of a 4 million californians, a quarter million here in the bay area, whose foodstamp benefits are being cut back. >> i wish they would stop doing this. because everyone is kitty hurt. we continue like this it will just get worse, and worse. everyone getting hurt.. >> reporter:gallego, who is
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out of work and has two sons, one of whom is disabled, showed this letter she got from uncle sam informing her that her benefits are being reduced from $249 to $192 dollars a month. gallego found some bargains at the dollar store but she can't use foodstamps for toothpaste, toilet paper, laundry soap and other necessities. she estimates the cuts will mean fewer, smaller meals from now on. groceries unloaded, gallego got back on her bike and headed out in search of recyclables to try and make up the difference. in san >> i am really trying to stretch it. when i saw how much they were decreasing i said no! why? >> reporter: jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> reporter: satellite picture you will see here the weather system is headed towards northern
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california. it will affect the weather for the weekend with the gusty winds. 694 san jose and 70 is the warmest in england spot inland. >> catherine: just before a bus driver was attacked it was caught on video. i love watching tv outside.
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>> catherine: no damage to the tunnel itself. apparently it has since opened it is not clear yet why the car burst into flames. >> catherine: a man shot and killed 80 as a agent in custody and has been identified as 23 year-old paul ceansea >> catherine: there's a possible outbreak of norovirus at stanford. health officials are trying as kron four's terisa dozen students have been sickened so far
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>> catherine: still ahead. what happened -- just before >> reporter: 52 students have been affected with one official believe is nora by risk. nora up by rest. treated for dehydration. strikes fast and furious at university health official says they will begin making a complete sweep of the dorm sanitizing the dining hall. >> r university officials say that although a student has been covered the remain contagious. 72 hours after being of that affected by the virus.
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university officials will be here at the dorm throughout the day trying to figure out how this all happened. there are 453 students that live in seven different the dorms out here so they are extremely worried that this could spread throughout other presidents all separate residence halls. >> catherine: >>joe biden almost lost his job as vice president in the last election. that's one of the claims made in a new book on the 20-12 campaign. shannon travis has the details >> reporter:in the last presidential election could we have seen this
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team. instead of this team? a question cnn's wolf blitzer even posed to the secretary of state months before the election. >>wolf: if the president of the us says, madam secretary, i need you on the ticket this year to beat romney, are you ready to run as his vice presidential running mate? >>hrc: that is not going to happen. that's like saying, if the olympic committe called you up and said are you ready to run the marathon, would you accept? it's not going to happen. >> reporter:the stuff of speculation, then. now, reportedly, the stuff of an explosive new book: >> reporter:suggesting that a small, exclusive group of obama advisers secretly considered dumping joe biden from the ticket >> reporter:for hillary clinton. >> reporter:that secret blown by journalists mark halperin and john heilemann in their new book, "double down," the new york times first reported. >>they were looking at what having hillary clinton on the ticket would mean politically. >> reporter:the book says then white house chief of staff bill daley spearheaded
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the effort, the times reports. daley reacted this morning. >>one of the jobs of chief of staff is to take a look at things outside the box but not for a moment was there a serious discussion or belief that joe biden should be replaced, period. >> reporter:the white house said. >>i know for a fact that president obama never considered this. >> reporter:meanwhile: the times says the book also mentions mitt romney's potential running mates. saying he eliminated new jersey governor chris christie from his v-p short list because of unanswered questions about christie's background and health. >> reporter:in washington, i'm shannon travis. >> catherine: caught on video -- a bus passenger pepper-sprays the driver. it happened after he was being rowdy -- and the driver had told him to get off. joe little has the story. >> steps back and take out a can of pepper spray and blast the bus driver in the face directly >> reporter: metropolitan
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spokesman says security cameras on all bosses should help catch the man. he is wearing a jacqueline tran t- shirt and sunglasses. >> he started causing troubles and mouthing off to passengers. >> reporter: says passengers can help prevent people like this from acting up. text are our security and let us know what is happening and where. the last thing they want people to do is to step into situations. >> they do training and retraining twice a year so they know how to handle these things. >> catherine: police say the man ran off.they still haven't caught him. the driver was treated at a hospital. san diego police are now offering a 1-thousand dollar
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reward for information leading to the attacker's arrest. a texas police officer went >> catherine: on a high speed chase after a car full of suspects - even after being shot. and it was all caught on camera. pamela brown reports. >> shot fired, shot fired! i am hit! >> reporter: she approaches the car and passenger pulls out his gun and shoot her twice according to police. one hit heard police best and the other pierced her face. wounded and in serious pain she returned fire before getting back into her car in pursuing the suspect and i high-speed chase. despite her injuries a formal maureen, that chases the suspect for several
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minutes ending when the three men in the car ran into eight apartment building permit sergio rodriguez the alleged shooter was taken into police custody friday rodriguez a suspected gang leader acclaim claim to be armed and dangerous. >> reporter: look closely and to see where the bullet went stricter cheek. she was rushed to the hospital and now covering at home with her family >> just home resting and try to fill the beauty of life that i was blessed to have. >> catherine: the officer is doing well.and in fact was able to take her children trick or treating last night. there's now a 10-thousand the wanted men.
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>> catherine: a british street artist's month-long residency in new york ended in a street fight. police were called to banksy's final exhibit. where people were arrested for trying to steal the crowds had gathered in queens last night to see the anonymous graffiti artist's final street project. that's when two men climbed the side of the building and cut down the graffiti balloons spelling out >> catherine: banksy's name. but before they could get away.a couple of people tackled them - and police arrived. banksy's artwork has commanded extremely high prices at auction. [son] all right,she has no idea.
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went on sale today at app stores 20% tender app assessed the prices start at about $500. higher on wall street as the >> catherine: stocks are in the slightly higher on wall street as the market shrugged off a midday slump and investors are cautious and optimistic cautiously optimistic that this year's rally still has legs. the dow jones rose 70 points to 15-thousand-615 points today. the nasdaq edged up two points to three-thousand- 922. thousand-761. >> reporter: ducks were brought in to assist in over 40 passengers were bused to terminal to to question them. including staff.
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dogs >> any threat that we received we will take extreme caution. >> reporter: the passengers were being were rebut. >> catherine: no one is saying what kind of threat was made patrick the passengers to eventually did get to san antonio on another flight. >> reporter: layer of haze hanging on in san francisco. temperatures are in the '70s right now. temperatures will be coming down with high cloud coverage on saturday and cooling off as we go
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into sunday with strong winds coming our way. temperatures will be cooler by five to 10 degrees: into tomorrow. the system will not bring us any rain but it will help to increase the winds. the winds will bring in cooler temperatures for tomorrow with highs in the '60s and '70s as opposed to 70's and low 80's like today. clear conditions to persist and when the advisory will go up derrick we could see winds for 30 to 40 mi. per hour with some cost with 50 mi. per hour into sunday. >> reporter: look for
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temperatures tomorrow morning to start off in the forties and fifties. san jose close to 70 degrees. so these readings of again, are down from what we have seen today. for san francisco high temperatures and the 63 degrees. here is a look ahead. sunday with sunshine and temperatures and this and 70's in mind. inland >> reporter: the wind will relax some time into tuesday. wednesday upper
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60s in mid '70s and land. increasing clout on thursday and we could see a weather system friday with increasing winds and rain. 00 >> reporter: daylight-saving time ends this weekend, but what exactly are we falling back to? carl azuz shines a little light on standard time - and how it's not exactly the standard. bay bridge toll plaza. >> reporter: standard time, we spent eight time eight months of the year that is when daylight saving time first implemented to save energy. sunset time to later in the day so some people cannot would not have to turn their lights on early. most parts of the youth as
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it hit nine and a half hours of daylight time if we did not set our clocks back in the fall sunrise would not be until a 30 p.m. and to some places falling back to standard keep the time of don really close to what we are used to starting hour day in delight. >> reporter: they liked but more sleek unless you live in hawaii or arizona. sleep >> reporter: coming up a brand new bakery cauliflower and co. in nob hill. flower & co.
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>> catherine: next at 6it was pure chaos in the caldecott tunnel. images from inside the tunnel where the fire broke out. plus what experts say about the tunnels safety! >> catherine: plus. >> catherine: a deadly the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: scary moments this morning in the caldcott tunnel. when a car heading eastbound
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in the first bore. caught on fire. >> catherine: scene.taken by a viewer. heavy smoke made it hard to see inside the tunnel. people got out of their cars.mostly keeping calm. kron 4's haaziq maydun was at the scene - and tells us what happened. >> catherine: >> reporter:dozens of drivers and passengers forced to evacuate from their vehicles inside the caldecott tunnel on hwy 24because of this 1988 acura legend that you see here that went up in flames inside the tunnel in eastbound lane number 1 friday morning >>"it's a very dangerous situation" >> reporter:oakland fire battalion chief lisa baker >> environment and there is only one way in and one way outwe had some cars that actually tried to turn around and go out"
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>> reporter:once the fire started the tunnel quickly filled with smokeimpacting 8 people who needed medical attentionsays chp officer daniel hill >>"there were no injuries in this situationchildren that were in the tunnel at the time" >> reporter:the driver of the burned vehicle also made it out safely >>"it was scary yeah" oakland and orinda fire fighters teamed up to battle the blazewhich burned for about 30minutes before it was tottaly extinguished >> reporter:fans inside the tunnel were activatedblowing the smoke out clearing the air for driversmany of whom were stuck in stand still traffic for nearly 2- hoursbefore the eastbound lanes were reopenthe cause of the car fire is still under investigationoutside the caldecott tunnel on hwy 24 haaziq madyun kron4news >> catherine: our team coverage continues now with a look at the big traffic back-up that followed. we have video from our
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helicopterartnership with abc 7. the eastbound lanes essentially became a parking lot for some in highway 24. as well as the frontage road. kron four's terisa estacio talked to drivers stuck in the middle of it all. >> reporter: what happened today in the tunnel has happened twice before. but in 1982. the consequences were deadly. a stalled car triggered a pile-up involving a gasoline tanker and an a-c transit bus. the gasoline exploded into a hot and toxic fire. >> with furniture in the back it is very crummy to be stopped. >> i decided to go in the morning because there is normally no traffic. really crummy. >> it sucks spirit really sucks.
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>> >> catherine: thick black smoke poured out the northern bore. as some drivers got out by driving in the wrong direction. seven people were killed in >> catherine: the accident. considered one of the worst tunnel fires in the u.s. >> catherine: and in 2007 -- another car caught fire - this time in the middle bore. no one was seriously injured. >> catherine: the story in los angeles is still developing tongiht. a t-s-a officer was killed -- and three more people are injured, one critically at the los angeles international airport after a man pulled out an assault rifle and opened fire in the screening area..
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>> catherine: police say the gunman then ran off toward the gates - with bystanders diving for cover. a witness said at least 100 people came barreling down a terminal stairway. the gunman has been identified as 23-year-old paul see-see-ah. he was arrested after being shot in the chest. witnesses described the scene. >> guide downstairs started shooting. he was heading up near the security check. >> people were screaming and heading into the bathroom. >> worst experience i have ever been. people were going crazy one of the most terrifying experiences i have ever been through! >> children were crying and people were still very shaky
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>> catherine: a terrifying ordeal for passengers. we're learning the gunman had apparently targeted t-s- a agents. and police say he had a handwritten note in a bag that referenced killing tsa agents and quote "pigs." >> catherine: kron 4's j-r stone is monitoring the latest developments. he joins us from the newsroom with details on the suspect and this ongoing investigation. >> catherine: jr? >> reporter: the town within the text messages had been a bit different than usual. certainly, a lot of video to show this is the melee in seeing as people were getting on the ground. and you see people just rushing out of that terminal out of that airport. i do want to go to some of the other video that we have what you see all of the people walking down the highway
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after being evacuated from terminal 3 tried to get to other areas in the airport. this shooting happy are around 920 in the morning accurate.. happen around 9:20am >> reporter: to other people were shot by the suspect said he was calling to people asking if they work t s a. but they said no he would keep walking. he was said to have had a shotgun. >> reporter: will let you listen to some of the moment as this was going down in the airport. >>video >>audio
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>> as we stand here right now there is only one individual individual responsible for this as the act of shelter in our terminal accurate actual shooting. >> reporter: a lot developing and the story. when we do received new information, kathryn we will bring it kron4 viewers up-to-date. >> catherine: the shooting has been causing delays at bay area airports. dan kerman is live at s-f-o. >> catherine: where passengers heading out of l- a-x are finally making it to their destination here in the bay. dan? >> reporter: exactly right
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catherine. as a result we are finding many of those flights have been cancelled to that especially at terminal 2 version of american. virgin american >> reporter: lines at the burton american check out talent counter were extremely ala. every single 12 l 8 x have been canceled. >> trying to get to help pay x we were redirected and rescheduled. >>lax >> we will be spending the night.
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>> i am getting out but at barack airport and dropped 60. at the rock airport in the rock city >>i am getting out at the wrong airport and wrong city >>virgin american is trying to do the best that they can. i feel lucky. theyre very attentive. >> reporter: burgeon is
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actually in terminal 3 andlax where the shooting took place and that is why some of their most of their flights were canceled. if you do have a flight to and from l a you may want to contact your carry are interested pants on where you are flying to at the time. >> catherine: coming up on kron 4 news at 6. it's not yet tax season. but scammers are already targetting their victims. their tactics. and what to watch out for. >> catherine: then. >> catherine: tougher times for needy families. food stamps benefits are being cut. coming up. >> catherine: one family shows us how deep those cuts really are. plus. the bart contract is finally up for a vote.. why bay area bart riders could finally have piece of mind by tonight!
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>> reporter: mid-70s all. bangs will cool down and we head into this weekend what a storm system kenny and i heard it will not bring us any rain but cooler temperatures here
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>> reporter: we will seize low cloud but just paty clout. by tomorrow morning that. is that weather system passing over us. after it passes by look for strong winds up going into sunday and monday with the wind advisories. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
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>> catherine: the bart saga continues. two of bart's unions are voting today on a new contract deal. the strike brought the bay to a crawl earlier this month. employees represented by s- e-i-u 1021. are voting at the oakland marriott until the a-t-u 15-55 are voting at a different spot. the ballots are expected to be counted by late tonight. a third bart union will vote next month.
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>> catherine: >> catherine: people on food stamps will notice a drop in benefits. that's because part of the 2009 federal stimulus package has expired. effective today, the food assistance benefits received by san jose's sofia gallego, and as many as one in 9 california families, are being cut. >> catherine: she's an out- of-work single mother of two boys who has no car. she rides her bike to the grocery store. sofia says she's seen her monthly assistance cut from $249 to $192 dollars a month. that means fewer, smaller meals and a lot of bargain hunting. >> this is not working. when they show me that i was going to get $192 i said no! why? you get frustrated. because you need to buy things and you cannot buy them.
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>> catherine: gallego is hoping congress will restore the cuts as part of the pending farm bill. >> catherine: someone stole more than 18-thousand dollars in tools and copper wire from a concord construction site. the supplies were for a new monument crisis center - being built on market street. police say tuesday night >> catherine: thieves jumped a security gate and broke through a locked steel door. they're still on the loose. >> catherine: two young boys are in a hospital tonight - after being hit by a truck crossing the street in cloverdale. the boys -- 12 and 13 years old - were crossing cloverdale boulevard near south street when they were hit by a truck driven by a 75-year-old man. >> catherine: one boy was flown to children's hospital in oakland. the other taken to healdsburg hospital. their conditions are not known at this time. with police.
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>> catherine: >> is are dangerous times. at least we could slow down for them. >> catherine: police said it states that he was driving drunk. >> catherine: sonoma county supervisor efren carrillo araignment for prowling outside a neighbor's home has been postponed. this happened in santa rosa.he was charged and was set to be arraigned today. >> catherine: he was arrested on suspicion of the attempted burglary of a woman's apartment back in july. authorities say he was only wearing socks and underwear at the time. after his arrest - he entered an alcohol treatment center for five weeks. >> catherine: the elder abuse investigation continues into the valley manor home in castro valley. r with the end of daylight savings time this weekend.sunset will be an
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more than a dozen people left behind until someone called 911 saturday. we will be sharing those 911 costs with you tonight at endicott. 8pm >> reporter: we will see some cloud coverage. mostly clear skies with a few patchy clouds offfog. >> reporter: the system will go by by 6:00 p.m. and then after that we will receive strong winds coming from the north a saturday night,
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sunday and monday. as strong as 50 mi. per hour and the higher elevations. now for saturday the winds will have not kicked in quite yet we will see mostly sunny skies accurate look for low 70's inland. high of 66 degrees and mid-60's in oakland with temperatures down to about five to 10 degrees separate sunday the wind will stain strong but not as quick as monday tuesday wednesday. >> catherine: starting this
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>> catherine: we're getting new information in the deadly los angeles airport shooting. this is a developing story and kron 4's j-r stone joins us from the newsroom with the latest. >> reporter: learning new details about this case. this suspect may have had thought of suicide prior to this happening. text messages from him and siblings that so much so his father was worried and
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contacted police in new jersey who contacted l a police. so that is some of the new affirmation that is coming through right now. i will let go to video. the shot that you are looking at that is the assault weapon that is believed he used and terminal 3 when he pulled it out start firing on people. all of these people are hiding in the back taking cover. at least seven people injured with a one killed. two of those work t as a agent spirit. tsa agents. >> reporter: he was shot by officers and is in the
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hospital. we have not received an update on his condition. he was shot at least three people at least three times and in the chest. >> catherine: still ahead. a fire today in the caldecott tunnel. what experts are saying about the tunnel's safety. also - a new tax scam. how people are being tricked into handing over cash.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: seven children and one adult were treated for smoke and. drivers able
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to enter the eastbound lane of the tunnel. haazig madyun kron 4 news. >> reporter: caltran says an condition that should be completed sometime of the end of the year other tunnels are of receiving safety of great spirit, one and two are receiving type upgrade spiritpipe upgrades. >> reporter: here at as f called the shooting at l 8 fax is definitely having an impact. almost all of the flights have been cancelled and those trying to rebut it
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cannot get to al qaeda today and possibly not even tomorrow. there is the option to fly to san diego or palm springs. >> reporter: extensive cleaning on the way where 52 students have been and that infected by supposed exposure to benora runvirus >> reporter: they are planning to claim dining halls and other common areas such as bathrooms in order to stop this deadly virus. >> reporter: arafat san jose with other americans are having their food stamp benefits cutback starting today. dropping from 249 to
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$192 per month because of the 2009 stimulus boost is expiring. >> reporter: sunny and warm weather for this friday but that will change because we have a storm system just to be no.. this system will move to be stopped in to california tomorrow bringing rain north of the bay area but clouds for us. and you will see strong winds and cooler temperatures and two sunday and monday topping at 50 mi. per hour. for tomorrow morning temperatures into the 40's and land and north bay and south bay. five to
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10 degrees cooler than what we have seen today. los 70's and land. loss of strong gwen's as we continue to be chilly and wendy. >> catherine: that into the tech industryu.s. and pakistani officials say a u.s. drone strike has >> reporter: index says it is not them. making a public offer to snowden when he first arrived in russia. >> recent reports as we
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stated before he is accused of leaking classified information. we believe that he should be returned soon as possible. >> catherine: snowden has started the new tack shop today. tech job today. >> catherine: u.s. and pakistan anny officials say a u.s. drone on strike has killed the leader pakistani taliban. >> catherine: it would be a major blow to the group, and would come just a day after pakistan's government said it had started peace talks with the militants. >>the taliban figure targetted was believed to be behind a failed car bombing in new york's times square in 2010. >> catherine: the i-r-s has issued a warning about a new phone scam that's happening all over the country. they say impostors claiming to be i-r-s agents are calling people demanding
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they pay taxes they don't owe. >> catherine: on these bogus calls innocent taxpayers, are told that they must pay up by loading money onto a prepaid card or sending a wire transfer. >> catherine: if they argue, the scammers threaten to arrest them or suspend their business or drivers' license. people are falling for this scam because the fraudsters make sure the i-r-s' toll free number shows up on a caller i-d. >> reporter: the next edition of people behaving badly coming up! female announcer: when you see this truck,
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>> catherine: kron 4's stanley roberts caught the c-h-p in action. .in this edition of people behaving badly. >> reporter:you are looking at a duck, wait i know it looks like a honda accord but trust me it's actually a duck a duck is police jargon for
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a stolen vehicle that has been abandoned this honda was found in north richmond >> reporter:it was found by cameras like this on chp cruisers and displayed on the computer screen in real time >> reporter:the chp had just unvailed to the public it's license plate readers that not only look for stolen vehicles this system just doesn't get stolen cars it was also get lost or stolen plates aas well as felony vehicles. so if its assocaited with a homicide or a robbery or enven just a hit and run vehicle as long as its entered in the system it will come up on this computer >> reporter:like this brown acura vigor found at 9th and pennslyvania in the front seat a shattered metro pcs phone and a pocket knife the ignition has cleary been punched probably with this the car had been partially stripped of its radio and something else >> reporter:but listen to
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this, so a lot of the time you'll find garage door openers in the car and uh the registration has it home address on it so they take the garage door opener and you home address then they go to you house and break in while you are work >> reporter:why does that sound soooooo familiar oh but read this "equipped with theft deterrent system" lol >> reporter:there are over 300 thousand vehicles on the road right this minute that are wanted by law enforcment state wide sometimes they swithch the vins on the cars too you gotta make sure the vin matches on the car >> reporter:this new system give the chp a litlle bit of help in recovering some of those vehicles by just simply driving by so once
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they punch the ignition you can take any key put in in there and you hear everything click on before chp officers had to enter in the plates manually but that was then and this is now in north richmond stanley roberts kron 4 news >> catherine: if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e-mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot-com. in sports. the a's retain the engine. the spark plug. of their two-season resurgence.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary:good eveing! >> gary: coco crisp is coming back! >> gary: the new skipper in
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the ec. dc >> gary: raid their linebacker named the coal more rookie of the week theo moore... rookie of the week apart of new defense starting to asert recently. his nickname is squirrel heead! >> gary: lighting up thinks life than liven up things!
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>>yes mix it up some. >> gary: people expect something from you when you are from money. >> gary: does vicki ever joked brown with you on the weekend? >> spirit we have great times on the weekend. >> gary: spells out curried little blurry little brother will play for the minor
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league team in santa cruz. he tried to make the bid club but it did not work. he has a nice man with his big brother but he will have to show that he is in b eight caliber. nba caliber >> gary: catherine are you ready for this? 24.6 million and he paid 55% imc ome tax >> catherine: why is it 55 percent? >> gary: because he wanted
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it all one lump sum >> gary: capra said the nine get political with me. >> gary: kathryn says do not get political with me. >> i feel really sorry for him. (laughter) >> gary: threw his career in boston and after in the '50s and '60s with the racism stories about the city of boston russell left on bad terms. today derrick it is brussel a statue unveiled at beacon hall plaza. today, there is it is a stau statue
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of mr. bill riussell i unveiled. >> gary: bobby knight. but bill russell really dignified from oakland to a great guy. just a great guy! >> gary: we will bring in my lovely better half, alecia she has questions for me tonight separate. >> gary: are you ready to go, young lady? are you
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alright? >> gary: trick or treating >>eating candy! >> gary: >> catherine: circus peanuts! >> gary: alecia it is ready to go! next! you got to love the weekend.
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the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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can bring my wife to work on fridays. >> gary: and the real world we are not supposed to care. but if you do this long enough, it does not mean you say bad things about a person that is not a good guy or you root against them. but it is more fun when you know the people a little bit and they are great guys. it makes the job a little bit more pleasant. specially when you know the people and you know what they stand for. in the media or not we are human >> the team comes first first
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>> reporter: >> gary: we will see what happens when they play a week from sunday sometimes it looks like haight, winning the game comes before taking care of someone >> you were yelling at sure friend on the radio correct some time someone says you are a nice guy i will play this. audio >> gary: even my children like that one. i never yell at anyone i was doing a bit and it was a shock to everyone. people thought
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